• Resolved andrzejpokrywka

    (@andrzejpokrywka)


    Hi, do you have hook to exclude any course from archive courses page? After last learn press update I can’t hide courses using css.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Thread Starter andrzejpokrywka

    (@andrzejpokrywka)

    Hi,

    I’d like to hide by using css or exclude by using hook one course on /courses/ page. Before updating LearnPress there was a solution using css id’s. After updating i can’t see id’s.

    Plugin Author ThimPress

    (@thimpress)

    Hi andrzejpokrywka,

    We’ll update course id on the beta version, for you can download and test. When we have done, we’ll reply to you.

    But if you know code query, you can use hook “lp/courses/filter” to override.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author ThimPress

    (@thimpress)

    Hi andrzejpokrywka,

    We upload LP v4.2.6.2-beta add attribute like the image https://imgur.com/iOAC4pY. Please download it, test then feeback us.

    Thanks.

    Thread Starter andrzejpokrywka

    (@andrzejpokrywka)

    Hi ThimPress,

    thanks for fix and LearnPress beta version. Now it works for me. Good job!

    Plugin Author ThimPress

    (@thimpress)

    Hi andrzejpokrywka,

    The good news, thanks for your feedback.

    We really hope you can review 5 stars. A nice rating for LearnPress is a big motivation for us to keep up the hard work and It’s really important to us.

    So, thanh you verry much.
    Best Regard!

    I’m excited about this plugin because it provides the opportunity to do a lot of advanced things.

    I’m currently interested in this issue. The last few days, I’ve been creating some new roles for LearnPress users.

    Each role has different access and they need to make a special registration or purchase to change their role.

    For customers, I divide several roles:

    1. Customers Free to the public, can only access courses marked for them
    2. Free Cutomer for students from official campuses or schools, they can only access lessons created by their lecturers or teachers.
    3. Paid customers, they can only access the courses they purchased.

    Not all free courses are freely accessible. Only certain users can access it. So, free courses are divided into 2, some can be accessed by everyone, and some can be accessed by special roles.

    Meanwhile, for instructors, I created 2 roles (could create more than that):

    1. Basic Instructor; They can’t sell courses
    2. Pro Instructor; They can sell courses and I earn commission from there.
    • This reply was modified 4 months, 2 weeks ago by soenarto.
    Plugin Author ThimPress

    (@thimpress)

    Hi soenarto,

    Yes, your logic mentioned it clear. But currently, with system LearnPress. We make it simple and easy use, flexibility for all user. So we noted your opinion to discussion. If we need to advise from you, we’ll contact.

    Thank you so much.
    Best regard!

    Sorry if there is something wrong.I just wanted to express my excitement for LearnPress.

    I’m finally starting to understand how LearnPress programming logic works. That way we can easily make adjustments to each individual’s needs.

    Actually, I am not an expert in website development. I’m just someone who taught myself to build my website. That’s because I don’t have enough to pay a professional developer, hehe

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